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Juli Zeh

Contributor

Juli Zeh

Juli Zeh was born in 1974 in Bonn. She has worked for the UN in New York, Krakow, and Zagreb, and now lives in Leipzig. Her first novel, Adler und Engel (Schoeffling, 2002), was awarded the Deutschen Bücherpreis for best first novel, the Bremer Literaturpreis, and the Rauriser Literaturpreis for the best novel by a German-speaking author, and was published in English as Eagles and Angels (Granta, 2003). Her website can be found at www.juli-zeh.de.

Articles by Juli Zeh

from Silence Has Its Sound: Travels through Bosnia
By Juli Zeh
Crossing the Serbian Republic's BorderMost of the Republika Srpska border is made of garbage—it seems the whole town of Stolac brings its trash here. I meet three oncoming cars in fifty kilometers.…
Translated from German by Gerald Chapple
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